Seen the video? But dont go by looks or the speech: Munavvar is an ace oracle expert! He has many overseas clients who will vouchsafe for his excellent programming skills and ability to meet short deadlines. When last time, his company was in a tight spot, he said: let me work from home and I will finish it in 72 hours! The company agreed and was surprised when he finished it 6 hours earlier.
So, what is the problem?
If some one asks you a simple question in an interview: tell us about yourself- and you are not able to say even your name- then, there is a melt down all around. You feel terribly inadequate, ashamed and overwhelmed with thoughts of self-blame, self-pity. The interviewer also is overwhelmed with doubts: All the certificates this guy has shown me- are they truly genuine? If he cant say his own name, how could he have done B.Tech form this reputed university?
The interviewer may have seen Golmaal 3 and laughed his lungs out- STILL he is not ready for anything like this in the interview. He has no clue! Obviously, he cant take chances. So he says: NEXT!
But of course, another company took the chance, and Munavvar is serving it well. So, what am I trying to say? Munavvar should talk about it and educate others. Otherwise the world will go on as it has been- like a Java applet obeying the script faithfully..Nothing will change!
And HR guys should go beyond the “blue book on Interviewing skills”, and learn about diversity among human beings- the way we, dress, talk, think, write and problem-solve. Otherwise, some really smart and potentially good employees will join the competition!
Is that c-c-clear?
PS: Munavvar is in Herbertpur for counseling with TISA..